The presentation below show the covers of our most recent publications. Clicking on "open in new window" will take you to a larger version of the image on our flickr site. To browse the fuller list of our publications and access the pages for each of them, please visit our publications catalogue.
Every other month, CRRS Fellow Scott Schofield will showcase a rare book from our collection. Our first book showcased was Francesco Filelfo's Epistolae [Basel; before July 1496]. Our current feature book is Erasmus's and More's translation of Lucian [Paris, 1514]. For more information on the Book of the Month see the description of this exciting new project. To view detailed descriptions as well as the full image, click on the icon on the top right hand corner of the image ("open in new window").
View our online exhibits of CRRS rare books.
All libraries on the St George Campus, including the CRRS, will be closed on Thursday June 24 and Friday June 25.
Check out the Spring 2010 Newsletter.
The CRRS is proud to co-sponsor a two-day workshop in honour of Professor Barbara Todd entitled Marginality and Gender in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Registration is required to attend. See here for more information. June 11-12, 2010.
The CRRS is pleased to host the international conference Rethinking Early Modern Print Culture. Check the conference website. Conference dates: October 22-24, 2010.
New issue of Early Theatre is out. Check out the table of contents.
Fresh off the press!
CRRS Publications is pleased to announce the arrival of Sport and Culture in Early Modern Europe, edited by John McClelland & Brian Merrilees and Savonarola and Savonarolism by Stefano Dall'Aglio, the most recent volumes in our Essay and Studies series.
Both books are available at a terrific 20% introductory discount.
Check our full calendar of events.
Upcoming Calls for Papers and Fellowships:
The Forgotten Ferrara and her Cultural Legacy - an international and interdisciplinary conference to be held 25-27 May 2011. Deadline for paper proposals: 20 December 2010. For more information see the CFP.
CRRS Publications is pleased to announce a new series: The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe, which succeeds the University of Chicago Press print series. For more information, click here.
Desiderius Erasmus’s Opera Omnia published at Leiden in 1703–1706
by Jean Le Clerc (Joannes Clericus) are now available on the website of
the Erasmus Center for Early Modern Studies